STIIIZY Lawsuit

Frequently marketed to younger users, STIIIZY vapes often contain high levels of THC, which may increase the risk of cannabis-induced psychosis. However, the products may lack warnings about these risks.

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High-Potency THC Vapes May Cause Psychosis in Teens

When vape pens contain high levels of THC, like those sold by STIIIZY, users may be at an increased risk of developing cannabis-induced psychosis and experiencing symptoms like paranoia or hallucinations.

For underage users, their brain development can be disrupted by exposure to THC, which makes the use of potent STIIIZY products among teens particularly concerning.

“The risk for psychosis is dose-dependent, meaning that the more marijuana somebody’s exposed to, especially in adolescence, the greater the risk of developing psychosis, schizophrenia and severe mental illness.”
– Dr. Christian Thurstone, Child Psychiatrist & Addiction Specialist

California emergency room visits for cannabis-induced psychosis increased by 54% from 2016 to 2019, after recreational marijuana was legalized. The higher THC concentration in certain cannabis products may also play a role.

Some of STIIIZY’s vape pods contain up to 92% THC. Recent lawsuits allege the company markets their products to young people without warning them about the health risks of high-potency cannabis.

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What Is the STIIIZY Lawsuit About?

STIIIZY cannabis products are among the most popular in the United States, but concerns about their safety have led some families to take legal action.

Lawsuits against STIIIZY allege the company: 

  • Failed to warn users of the risks associated with their products
  • Marketed their products as promoting stress relief and wellness
  • Underrepresented the amount of THC in their hemp offerings
  • Used fun flavors and flashy advertisements to appeal to teenagers

Under the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill, hemp-based vaporizers shouldn’t contain more than 0.3% THC. However, STIIIZY’s were found to contain nearly 200% more THC than allowed by the law.

Consumers, as well as their parents, are advocating for clearer warnings to alert teenagers about the risks associated with high-potency THC vapes, including cannabis-induced psychosis.

Who Can File a STIIIZY Vape Pen Lawsuit?

You may be able to file a STIIIZY vape pen lawsuit if you or a loved one:

  • Used STIIIZY products containing THC
  • Experienced cannabis-induced psychosis

There’s only a limited amount of time to file a STIIIZY lawsuit due to state laws known as statutes of limitations, so it’s important to reach out to our team as soon as possible. 

Once these deadlines pass, you won’t be able to take legal action and pursue compensation for your injuries again.

Symptoms of Cannabis-Induced Psychosis

Some teenagers who’ve developed psychosis after using STIIIZY vape products have reported serious disruptions to their mental health and well-being — even those who didn’t have a pre-existing disorder.

Symptoms of cannabis-induced psychosis can include:

  • Delusions
  • Difficulty expressing thoughts or emotions
  • Disorganized behavior or speech
  • Hallucinations
  • Lack of enjoyment or motivation
  • Paranoia
  • Unusual or unpredictable behavior

Products should be safe and clearly labeled to ensure consumers are informed about potential risks. You shouldn't have to pay for harm caused by a company’s deceptive marketing practices.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to see if you qualify for compensation from a STIIIZY lawsuit. It costs nothing to speak with us.

Get Help from a STIIIZY Lawyer

At Sokolove Law, our STIIIZY lawyers can help families across the country file lawsuits for cannabis-induced psychosis.

With over 45 years of experience helping those injured through no fault of their own, we have the experience and resources needed to stand up to powerful corporations.

Our lawyers have secured more than $9.4 Billion total for thousands of clients nationwide.

There are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs to work with our STIIIZY attorneys. We only get paid if your case results in compensation, so there’s no financial risk to taking legal action.

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STIIIZY Lawsuit Update FAQs

Why is STIIIZY being sued?

Lawsuits against STIIIZY claim the company failed to warn consumers about risks associated with their products, including cannabis-induced psychosis.

Additionally, plaintiffs allege STIIIZY misrepresented THC levels in their products and targeted underage consumers through deceptive marketing tactics.

Get a free case review now to find out if you may qualify for compensation from a STIIIZY lawsuit.

Is there a STIIIZY class action lawsuit?

Yes. In April 2024, a STIIIZY class action lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of Illinois. The class action suit claims STIIIZY marketed products as “hemp,” but the products allegedly had nearly 200% more THC than is legally allowed in hemp products.

Are STIIIZY pods safe?

Young people who use STIIIZY pods may be at an increased risk of developing cannabis-induced psychosis, which can lead to paranoia, hallucinations, and more.

STIIIZY allegedly failed to put warning labels on its products about the dangers of cannabis use during adolescence.

However, the company's marketing strategies target younger demographics, who are particularly vulnerable to these health risks.

How much does it cost to work with a STIIIZY lawsuit lawyer?

At Sokolove Law, there are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs to work with our STIIIZY lawyers.

We work on a contingency-fee basis, which means you pay nothing unless we successfully secure compensation for you.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to see if our team can fight for your family.

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